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31 August 2006 Fullerene-like Cs2O nanoparticles generated by concentrated sunlight
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We report the rapid high-yield generation of inorganic fullerene-like cesium oxide (IF-Cs2O) nanoparticles, activated by highly concentrated sunlight. The solar process represents an alternative to the only reported method for synthesizing IF-Cs2O nanostructures: laser ablation. IF-Cs2O formed at solar irradiation greater-than or equal to 6W, confirmed by high resolution transmission electron microscopy. These closed-cage Cs2O nanostructures are stable under electron microscope conditions, and also when exposed temporarily to air - of significance for their use in a variety of photonic devices.
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Ana Albu-Yaron, Talmon Arad, Moshe Levy, Ronit Popovitz-Biro, Reshef Tenne, Jeffrey M. Gordon, Daniel Feuermann, Eugene A. Katz, Martin Jansen, and Claus Mühle "Fullerene-like Cs2O nanoparticles generated by concentrated sunlight", Proc. SPIE 6340, Solar Hydrogen and Nanotechnology, 63400D (31 August 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.679975
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